Taking the Guesswork Out of Electrical Measurement: Five Examples  

Wednesday, October 20, 2021 
10 AM PST / 1 PM EST

Sign up to attend our webinar, Taking the Guesswork Out of Electrical Measurement: Five Examples. Our Keithley expert, Brad Odhner, will demonstrate how to make the right measurement and choose the right instrument for the measurement you need to make for a variety of device types. 

The difficulty with DC electrical measurement is two-fold: making the right measurement and choosing the right instrument for the measurement you need to make.  In this webinar we will help you take the guesswork out by using five examples to show where the device type or measurement type dictated the correct instrument to use.  In the course of the webinar you will see a power supply, a digital multimeter and a source measure unit instrument used singly or in combination in order to make one or more electrical measurements with the confidence you need. Our webinar will be of interest to anyone testing diodes, resistors, MOSFETs, IoT devices and power consumption, batteries, or advanced semiconductors. 

You will learn:

  • Electrical measurement methods for today’s most common Devices Under Test (DUTs) 
  • Capabilities and limitations of typical test instruments 
  • Cabling considerations for measurement accuracy 
  • Remote access to instruments and DUTs 
  • The role of non-measurement features such as networking and programming in test 

Register for our LIVE webinar


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Brad Odhner

Technical Marketing Manager, Tektronix

Brad Odhner is a Technical Marketing Manager with responsibility for the Keithley line of products from Tektronix.  Prior to this he was a Keithley Applications Engineer.  He holds a degree in physics from Case Western Reserve University.  His experience with the Keithley product line has ranged from extremely sensitive semiconductor measurements to high volume switching and data acquisition systems.   

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Elizabeth Makley

Applications Engineer, Keithley

Elizabeth is an Applications Engineer supporting Keithley’s digital multimeter, switching, data acquisition and sensitive product lines. Prior to her full time position, she worked as a co-op supporting Keithley’s semiconductor characterization systems. She graduated from the University of Toledo with a degree in electrical engineering and a degree in computer science and engineering.